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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 13 April 2015

Female Gadwall and Little Grebe

Photographed at Gwent Wildlife Centre, Magor, hide.



46 comments:

  1. Boa tarde, foto grande num todo, tem qualidade e enorme beleza.
    AG

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  2. El pequeño parece que ha salido a explorar el mundo y el ánade lo está observando.
    Un abrazo,

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  3. beautiful! i just LOVE the little grebe!

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  4. Very beautiful - great water reflections Bob!
    Regards Chrissi

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    1. Thanks Crissi, they are great reflections.

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  5. Bellissimi i colori, tono su tono, fantastico il riflesso dell'acqua. Sei magico!!!!!!!!
    Emi

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  6. Gorgeous Bob! That Grebe is awesome!

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  7. Did they take advantage of their encounter?

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  8. P.S. It is said Clathrus ruber are edible while in the egg but I would not dare trying...

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  9. Your photos always make me feel wonderful, Bob




    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  10. Beautiful! Our birds here are starving because the winter was so harsh.

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  11. The Gadwall looks like a Mallard to me.

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  12. Great capture , Bob! I love the cute Grebe!

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  13. A couple of beautiful birds.

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  14. I have always liked grebes. They are not a bird I see very often.

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  15. Lieve Bob ik heb nu pas je profiel gelezen en ben zo blij voor je dat je dit allemaal kan doen ik heb zelf ook last van mijn spieren kan niet veel maar gelukkig wel schilderen ik heb weer van deze foto's genoten lieve groetjes Daniëlle

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  16. Hi Bob - really nice photo. I love that Grebe, and your Header is fabulou!

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  17. Cute ducks Bob!
    Great capture!
    Dimi...

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